Kynance Cove Milky Way
by Kieran Brimson
40 x50 cm
*Certificate of authenticity included
The summer months are the best time to photograph the Milky Way in the UK, and with its low levels of light pollution, Cornwall is an ideal place. When clear skies present themselves during a New Moon phase, Kieran will often take advantage of the conditions and venture out to see what I can capture.
Kynance Cove is a very striking part of the Cornish coastline, where the jagged rocks create bold shapes and focal points. The distant boats and buoys on the water provide some extra light sources and points of interest within the scene.
Not only was Kieran able to capture the Milky Way with exceptional clarity, but there was also the iridescent mother-of-pearl shimmer to the sky that makes astrophotography so beautiful.